- A diehard fan of Ghanaian highlife singer, King Promise, has immortalised him
- In a video online, the young man shows off a tattoo of the singer's name on his chest
- The young man explained that he's a hardcore fan and loves King Promise deeply
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A diehard fan of Ghanaian highlife and afrobeat act, King Promise, born Gregory Bortey Newman, has shown extreme loyalty to the singer by immortalising his name on his body.
In a video online, the young man who looks almost like King Promise proudly discloses how he adores him.
The young man appears in the video bald like the Commando hitmaker, displaying the singer's tattooed name on his chest.
Asked why he immortalised King Promise on his body, he said: '' I love him. I like him and it's also because I look like him.''
The adorable video has gathered reactions from viewers on social media.
Ewurama_jhaey writes, ''I knew he would tag himself as such and the caption, s3 low budget ah.''
''Charley, the boy is confident oh. Tattoo another person's name on your body. Well!,'' David Sowu said.
Yaa Serwaa Owusu writes, ''Lol, an diehard fan we go chop. For here.''
''Eeiish, bra why? Do you know it could have health implications for you in future. Doing things out of ignorance,'' Saa Kay said.
Kofi Sampson appears to love the idea.
He writes, ''True fan, king promise must see this. Loyalty over fake fans who can't even buy his songs but download it for free. No fanfooler. We move!''
The mother of one posted the naked picture with her son on Instagram to celebrate his seventh (7th) birthday.
Pronouncing the judgement, Christina Cann indicated that she was unhappy with the alarming rate with which nudity has been normalised in the country’s social media space.
In other news, a midwife who was spotted transporting an expectant woman in labour on a shabby-looking wooden door to a clinic has been celebrated for her dedication and commitment to her work.
The midwife was captured with some residents carrying an expectant mother in labour on the makeshift wooden door to a distant clinic in the Sekyere East District in the Ashanti Region.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that the cocoa-growing area, where the incident occurred lacks basic social amenities, including potable water and electricity.
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